Armed Forces Officers Club & Hotel

Al Khaleej Al Arabi Road, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates | 1 star hotel
Prices starting from $93.00
 

Travel Blogs from Abu Dhabi

Meeting Suad...

A travel blog entry by lorivic

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... that evening and Suad has work but being good wing women we stay, at least until the Portugal game starts. Wish I could say we stayed until the end of the game but alas the cold from the aircon got to us plus felt bad making Suad stay out on a school night so we left the group, I somehow end up getting the girls number as well and getting a very squishy hug from her (sorry kev). Note to everyone: This story will hopefully be continued by ...

Full on 48 hours!

A travel blog entry by bibi64

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... centre, gave us a chance to cool down a little, had a bite to eat in the food hall, then it was back outside for Sean's challenge to walk the Coniche. Yet again spacious,clean and green, with many of the beaches segregated for private gatherings, family, children and Muslim's. It took us forever, I would say we walked about 5 Kms good effort given how hot it was, certainly kept up the water intake. The corniche is expansive, mind ...

IKEA TIME

A travel blog entry by cathandpete

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... because we had spent over a certain amount it meant that they would deliver and build everything for us! woohoo!

We also bumped into a lady who we had seen on our apartment viewings in there, and that just reminds me that she gave me her card with her number to contact her to meet up which I havent done yet..and this was almost a month ago! OOPS! never mind!!

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Yas Waterworld

A travel blog entry by centaur169

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... in the coming year.The park is said to fit up to 6,000 people at a time. Yas Waterworld is owned and operated by the same owners and operators of Ferrari World, Aldar Properties and Farah Leisure Parks Management.

Yas Waterworld is just one of many entertainment outlets present at Yas Island, but it is said to be the biggest project to yet be executed. It is expected to be very successful ...

I've Solved the Refugee Problem!

A travel blog entry by budz888

... deserve what they get. Yrs, it might be a but hilly (mountainous), but with all the money the countries save by not having to put these people into detention and the money the refugees save by not having to travel half way around the world, the mountains could be levelled and some made taller for snow which will save the water problem. ...

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This 1 star hotel, located on Al Khaleej Al Arabi Road, Abu Dhabi, is near Heritage Village and Cultural Foundation.
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